constantThe firm is experiencing constant returns to scale.
annualThe annual returns of the company were impressive.
monthlyThe monthly returns of the investment have been consistent.
lowerThe new investment has lower returns than expected.
betterThis product offers better returns than the other one.
federalThe federal returns are due by April 15th.
immediateThe new policy will have immediate returns in terms of profitability.
highestThis stock is expected to have the highest returns over the next 12 months.
taxThe accountant is finishing up my tax returns
jointMy accountant said we have to file joint returns this year.
potentialThe project has significant potential returns
actualThe actual returns on the investment were higher than expected.
statisticalThe statistical returns showed a significant increase in sales.
poorI am not happy with the poor returns from my investment.
monetaryThe monetary returns were not as expected after the initial investment.
latestThe latest returns show that the company is doing well.
greatestThe greatest returns often come from taking the biggest risks.
weeklyThe weekly returns on the stock were impressive.
substantialThe investment yielded substantial returns
pastThe investor never looked at his past returns
adjustedThe adjusted returns for the quarter were much lower than expected.
frequentFrequent returns kept her schedule full.
periodicalThe company's periodical returns showed a consistent increase in profits.
yearThe S&P 500 has had positive year returns for over a decade.
expectedThe expected returns are 10% per year.